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Multiple sources are reporting that LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis is headed to Texas A&M:

Chavis will replace Mark Snyder, who was let go right after the regular season.
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He better leave his famous "3rd and Chavis" ways behind him because Summlin will not be nearly as patient with him!!!
Reply81 months
Dinardo days??? Its closer than you think. Talent level in key positions definitely lacking...and its NOT improving. Friend told me early this year, "see ya in 2016". Dang, he may not be far off.
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So maybe now we can avoid the prevent fail that cost us two Ws against Bama...
Reply81 months
Geaux Tigers, geaux away Chief...may the aggie defense be just as porous as it has been...
Reply81 months
Thanks for the great stat defenses, but good riddance to 3rd and Chavis... and even better riddance to 4th and Chavis.
Reply81 months
Bye buddy, thanks for all the work you put in to make our D shine, enjoy Texas
Reply81 months
Will they take Miles, too?
Reply81 months
Can we remove pics of Chavis. Time to move on
Reply81 months
Sumlin went after the guy that stopped Johnny football twice. Now he's going to have a defense to go with the offense he produces and likely land a few extra Louisiana recruits in the process. Back to Dinardo days again...
Reply81 months
I don't blame him for chasing after the money but I don't think his defenses were that dominant considering the amount of talent we have.
Reply81 months
I just hope this doesn't negatively influence our Juniors on defense. Hate to see them leave
Reply81 months
I appreciate what Chavis has done for LSU while he has been here. If he does leave, and goes to A&M, I hope his defense gives up 500 yards and 50 points per game. Can't root for him when he is with a conference enemy.
Reply81 months
Don't wish the Chief success as he is going to an SEC West rival. I certainly won't miss our third down defense.
Reply81 months
Chavis didn't really recruit
Reply81 months
Les needs to be working recruits Chavis worked on
Reply81 months
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